Cindy Friedman is PhD-researcher at Utrecht University. In this episode Sven Nyholm interviews her about the ethics of social robots, discussing her paper: “Human-Robot Moral Relations: Human Interactants as Moral Patients of Their Own Agential Moral Actions Towards Robots”
Naomi Jacobs is assistant professor in bioethics at the University of Twente. In this episode Sven Nyholm interviews her about a key topic of her doctoral research: capability sensitive design.
Julia Hermann is assistant professor at the University of Twente and researcher in the ESDiT programme. Her current research fouses on biomedical ethics, specifically on ethical issues raised by the artificial womb. In this episode Jeroen Hopster interviews her about the ethics of the artificial womb and the disruptions it provokes.
Jeroen Hopster is postdoctoral researcher at Twente University and member of ESDiT. In October 2021 he published the paper “The nature of socially disruptive technologies” in Technology in Society. In this episode Julia Hermann interviews him about his research on technosocial disruption.